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Dicen and Nisha are planning their wedding reception
£40 per guest
Total reduced by 5% with over 60 guests
Nisha says,” I want to invite 70 guests”
Dipen says, “if we invite one fifth fewer guests, we will save more than £500
Is Dipen correct?
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So far I’ve gotten
£40 times 70 guests equals=£2800 total price for inviting 70 guests
Then I did 5%=2800 which gives me 14000
And don’t know what to do next.
I don’t understand what is meant by ‘if we invite one fifth fewer guests we will save more than £500.
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